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Ariel House is an absolutely wonderful place to stay while visiting Dublin. The house itself is both quiet and charming, clean and comfortable. It is in a good location for touring Dublin. The staff was amazing! They were friendly, professional, extremely accommodating, and really made...More
What an absolute pleasure to stay here, service was faultless, made to feel very welcome, rooms were charming & very comfortable. The full Irish breakfast was delicious. I could not fault this hotel in any way & will definitely be returning here.
Really enjoyed our trip to Dublin with the Tartan Army , the hotel is well situated with good transort links to the City, cannot fault the breakfast. afternoon tea and helpfull staff , rooms are good value
Hospitable & pleasant restful stay. Plenty of tasty food. My hungry adolescent son enjoyed 2 main breakfasts. Walked to central sights - Trinity College, Dublin Castle, St. Patrick's Cathedral, St. Stephen's Green that afternoon. The following morning, we were graciously allowed to leave our car...More
We stayed on 2 separate occasions and were equally impressed. On arrival we were invited into the front sitting room for afternoon tea, delightful! We were given excellent advice from their friendly staff about attractions and caught the 'Dart' which is about 5 mins walk...More
Response from Jennifer L | Reviewed this property |
there is a small TV. There are stairs to the entrance and rooms on ground floor and up stairs. The staff was very helpful and took my luggage up to my room. Breakfast is very delicious and staff wonderful!
Response from JanieKalaheo | Reviewed this property |
The front parlor room with a big picture window, fireplace and piano. Is warm and inviting. On a large cabinet you will find a pod type coffeemaker, china tea/coffee cups and saucers, and at some times of the day, a platter... More
The front parlor room with a big picture window, fireplace and piano. Is warm and inviting. On a large cabinet you will find a pod type coffeemaker, china tea/coffee cups and saucers, and at some times of the day, a platter of mini cake bites. It is a nice place to rest after walking all over Dublin or to read or catch up on emails in the evening. I don't think Ariel House offers a formal afternoon tea, however, their breakfast is fantastic.